Bubonic plague symptoms
Bubonic plague in its most common form infects the lymphatic system and causes inflammation.
The lymph is a key part of the body’s immune system and it is made up of the tonsils, adenoids, spleen, and thymus.
Within three to seven days of exposure to the bubonic plague bacteria, you will develop flu-like symptoms.
This includes a fever or chills, a headache, weakness, and swollen or tender lymph nodes.